Israel Sells C2 Systems To Foreign Military
TEL AVIV [MENL] -- A leading Israeli defense firm has sold a command and
control system to an unidentified foreign military.
Israel's Ness Technologies has signed a $30 million contract to provide
its Integrated Command and Control System, or ICCS, to an unidentified
foreign military. Under the contract, Ness would assemble and help operate a
national C2 center for that nation's defense ministry.
"The new contract is another strategic milestone for Ness Technologies,
further positioning us as a leading supplier of defense command and control
systems worldwide," Ness president Sachi Gerlitz said.
"ICCS will provide the ministry of defense and the defense forces of the
purchasing country with a real-time integrated situation and operational
picture for optimal decision making and operational planning, both in
peacetime and in crisis," Ness said in a statement on May 1.